Ole Gjerløv-Khudsen is a Danish architect and industrial designer who originally trained as a cabinet maker. He graduated from the School of Arts and Crafts in 1952 and from the Furniture Department of the Danish Royal Academy of Fine Arts in 1955. He started his professional career working with the architects Kay Kørbing and Vilhelm Lauritzen, and since 1962 he has collaborated with Tørben Lind. In addition to his work in architecture, Gjerløv-Khudsen has designed furniture and objects that feature classic Danish design details with innovative functionality. He has taught at the School of Arts and Crafts, served as Rector of the Department of Furniture in 1967, and has been a member of the Danish Design Council since 1977.